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FOX Business
Nov 24, 2012 9:00pm EST
haphazard and disorganized, but because of the lack of rule of law, the definition of who owns what in because they don't have addresses, can't get the credit. john: don't have adresses. >> well, to get an address somebody has to recognize the that is where you live. legal recognition. legal recognition means property when you have property, mailing address is command when you make a deal was someone you can be identified. the frst -- the second characteristic in the is the address. if you go anywhere they say what is in a minority live. and some property is defined by law they cannot get into the kind of deals or the division of labor which is cooperation, specializing and create wealth because that is what makes you will the, the fact you don't have to milk a cow every day. you don't have to us borderland every day, build your own house. you can stick to doing a tv program. this part of a blackberry. the all market put together. the whole building, take care of it, and they can specialize. the day that they get titles, the day that the businesses in their homes, the sewing machines ,
FOX Business
Nov 22, 2012 11:00am EST
. when the law was passed, 61% of people were in the work force. now it's just 33%. one reason is that the law makes employers see the disabled as a legalhreat. you fire a disabled person he may sue you. in addition, it would force businesses to accommodate handicapped people. it includes hundreds of pages of rules. every new doorway must be 32 inches wide. every mirror 40 inches above the floor. if they aren't, they may sue you. he filed hundreds of lawsuits every year. >> john: what would you do if you were in a wheelchair, to don't you want something t protect your rights. >> but the prottion is a nasty thing. now some businesses are sued by disabled people who have never been in their store. drive-by the lawyers call them. a scout working for them drives up and down the street looking for businesses tt might not be compliant. eric was asked to do that. >> he got an e-mail from his attorney. go to the following 19 businesses, get 19 business cards and receipts and i'll pay you $1,000. >> just get a business card to prove he was there and a lawyer would find a reason to sue. eric sai
FOX Business
Nov 22, 2012 3:00pm EST
immediate benefit of the employer. aside from dell law what is wrong? it is a win-win. >> in many ways. but some say it is great instead of taking on the young people. johnit would day replace the paid work? >> a few weeks ago i interviewed workplace correspondence from eight coulda college in new york and got a job at the most famous fashion house. nine a.m. through 9:00 p.m. not paid at all. weekends, sometimes she got their lunch. john: she can quit. >> that is true. that we believe companies should follow the rules. >> then they should lobby the labor department to change the rule. john: you help students find internships? >> absolutely. we put them in organizations and i cannot say enough the advantage is paid or unpaid day have incredible opportunities what they want to do with their life. networking. a young professional. john: he says it hurts the paid workers. >> how is that possible? maybe it is not what the full time employees would do. >> i recently interviewed a billionaire. mark cuban ays he cannot believe he cannot give unpaid work to college students. >> i get about 20
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